Brazilian anti-fascist death grind outfit Desalmado has released a new single entitled «Hollow», which is set to be part of their upcoming full length, to be released in October of this year. This is the second single of said record to see the light of day, after the release of «Your God, Your Dictator» last May. Below, you can watch the video for «Hollow», filmed and edited by Walter de Andrade. The song, also available via bandcamp here, was recorded at the Family Mob Studio in São Paulo by Hugo Silva and Otavio Rossato, and features guest vocals by Noelia Recalde.
While «Hollow» shows a slower approach to their craft, fans of the fast Desalmado have no reason to fear, as «Your God, Your Dictator» showed some months ago. Below, revisit the first single of the band’s upcoming album.
The aforementioned record will be the quartet’s first full length since 2018’s «Save Us From Ourselves». However, let us not forget the killer EP they self-released last year, «Rebelião», comprised of two songs protest songs “about workers in Latin America” with the motto which we echo “face the capitalist system and crush the fascists.”
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